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The relationship of potential to actual is very similar to that of cause to effect, in which P & A alternate as cause or effect. In this regard Aquinas's argument from motion closely resembles Aristotle's in that present, actual, motion requires the set of circumstances necessary to impart that motion from one object to another. These circumstances, imbued in the first object, is potential for Aquinas and cause for Aristotle.
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